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The spread of the factory system resulted in all of the following EXCEPT:
a. the movement away from home production.
b. poorer quality of iron.
c. the need for more power.
d. increased exports of British cotton goods.


Answers

shaun1

4 years ago Comment

a. the movement away from home production - true, because factories produced products faster and cheaper so more people could afford them
b. poorer quality of iron - false
c. the need for more power - true, because machines ran on power, so they needed a constant supply
d. increased exports of British cotton goods - true, because they were able to produce more cotton goods and therefore there was a surplus to sell

Answer: (b)